Player Records and Milestones to Look for in 2010

NFL Brett Favre, Minnesota Vikings

Brett needs three touchdown passes to become the first player in NFL history with 500 career TD passes. In 19 seasons, Favre is the all-time leader with 497 touchdown passes.

Favre needs 671 passing yards to become the first player in NFL history with 70,000 passing yards. In 19 seasons, Favre is the all-time leader with 69,329 career passing yards.

Favre needs 189 pass attempts to become the first player in NFL history with 10,000 attempts. In 19 seasons, Favre is the all-time leader with 9,811 career pass attempts. In his 19-year career, Favre has passed for four touchdowns in a game 23 times – an NFL record. Favre needs two more four-touchdown games to become the first player with 25 four-touchdown pass games in NFL history.

Favre has led the league in touchdown passes four times in his career and can surpass Johnny Unitas, Len Dawson and Steve Young (4) for the most seasons leading the league in touchdown passes.

Favre needs to play in the first 13 games of the season to become the second player in NFL history to play in 300 consecutive games. Favre, whose streak began on September 13, 1992 and stands at 287 games, would join Jeff Feagles (336) as the only players to accomplish the feat.

Favre has passed for 3,000 yards in a season 18 times in his 19-year career and can extend his NFL record with another 3,000-yard season. Favre also holds the record for the most consecutive seasons with 3,000 passing yards with 18 (active).

Peyton Manning, Indianapolis Colts

Peyton needs 4,000 passing yards to become the first player in NFL history with 11 4,000-yard seasons. Manning is the only quarterback to accomplish the feat in 10 seasons.

Manning has led the league in touchdown passes three times in his career and can tie Brett Favre, Johnny Unitas, Len Dawson and Steve Young (4) for the most seasons leading the league in touchdown passes.

Manning has passed for 400 yards in a game seven times in his career. Manning needs one 400-yard passing game to surpass Joe Montana and Warren Moon (7) for the second-most games with 400 yards passing in NFL history (Dan Marino, 13).

Manning needs 34 touchdown passes to become the third player in NFL history with 400 touchdown passes. Manning would join Brett Favre (497) and Dan Marino (420) as the only players to accomplish the feat. In 12 seasons, Manning has thrown 366 touchdown passes.

Manning needs 1,348 passing yards to surpass John Elway (51,475) to move into third place all-time. In 12 seasons, Manning has passed for 50,128 yards.

Manning has 21 games with four or more touchdown passes and needs three such games to surpass Brett Favre (23) for the most games with four touchdown passes in NFL history (see Favre note).

Manning needs 25 touchdown passes to become the first player in NFL history to throw 25 touchdown passes in 13 consecutive seasons. Manning is the only player to have 12 consecutive seasons with 25 touchdown passes.

Manning has passed for 3,000 yards in each of the past 12 seasons and owns the second-longest streak of consecutive 3,000-yard seasons (Brett Favre, 18). Manning is the only player in NFL history to start a career with 12 consecutive 3,000-yard seasons.

La Dainian Tomlinson, New York Jets

La Dainian needs seven touchdowns to become the third player with 160 touchdowns. Tomlinson would join Jerry Rice (208) and Emmitt Smith (175) as the only players to accomplish the feat. In nine seasons, Tomlinson has scored 153 touchdowns.

Tomlinson needs 12 rushing touchdowns to become the second player with 150 rushing touchdowns.

Tomlinson has scored 138 rushing touchdowns and would join Emmitt Smith (164) as the only players to accomplish the feat.

Tomlinson has four 200-yard rushing games in his career. Tomlinson needs two 200-yard games to surpass Tiki Barber (5) and tie O.J. Simpson (6) for the most all-time.

Tomlinson needs 1,000 rushing yards to become the fifth player in NFL history with nine 1,000-yard rushing seasons. Only Emmitt Smith (11), Curtis Martin (10), Walter Payton (10) and Barry Sanders (10) have accomplished the feat.

Tomlinson needs 555 scrimmage yards to become the eighth player in NFL history with 17,000 scrimmage yards. In nine seasons, Tomlinson has 16,445 scrimmage yards

La Dainian needs 10 rushing touchdowns to extend his NFL-record streak of consecutive 10 rushing-touchdown seasons to begin a career to 10.

Randy Moss, New England Patriots

Randy Moss needs five touchdowns to surpass LaDainian Tomlinson (153) for third place all-time. In 12 seasons, Moss has scored 149 touchdowns.

Moss needs two receiving touchdowns to become the second player in NFL history with 150 receiving TDs. Moss can join Jerry Rice (197) as the only players in NFL history with 150 receiving touchdowns (see Owens note). In 12 seasons, Moss has 148 touchdown receptions.

Moss has recorded 1,000 receiving yards in a season 10 times in his 12-year NFL career. Moss can join Jerry Rice (14) as the only players in NFL history with 11 seasons with 1,000 receiving yards.

Moss has led the league in touchdown receptions five times in his career and can tie Jerry Rice (6) for the second-most seasons leading the league in touchdown receptions (Don Hutson, 9).

Moss needs 535 receiving yards to become the third player in NFL history with 15,000 receiving yards. Moss would join Jerry Rice (22,895) and Isaac Bruce (15,208) as the only players to accomplish the feat (see Owens note). In 12 seasons, Moss has 14,465 receiving yards.

Moss needs 74 receptions to become the seventh player in NFL history with 1,000 receptions. In 11 seasons, Moss has 926 receptions.

Terrell Owens

TERRELL OWENS needs six receiving touchdowns to become the second player in NFL history with 150 receiving TDs. Owens can join Jerry Rice (197) as the only other player in NFL history with 150 receiving touchdowns (see Moss note). In 14 seasons, Owens has 144 receiving touchdowns.

Owens needs seven touchdowns to surpass Randy Moss (149) and LaDainian Tomlinson (153) to move into third place all-time. In 14 seasons, Owens has scored 147 touchdowns.

Owens has recorded 1,000 receiving yards in a season nine times in his 14-year NFL career. Owens can join Jerry Rice (14) and Randy Moss (10) as the only players in NFL history with 10 seasons with 1,000 receiving yards.

Owens needs 49 receiving yards to become the third player in NFL history with 15,000 receiving yards. Owens would join Jerry Rice (22,895) and Isaac Bruce (15,208) as the only players to accomplish the feat (see Moss note). In 14 seasons, Owens has 14,951 receiving yards.

Owens needs 89 receptions to surpass Isaac Bruce (1,024) and Tim Brown (1,094) for fourth place all-time. In 14 seasons, Owens has 1,006 receptions.

Chad Ochocinco, Cincinnati Bengals

Chad Ochocinco of the Cincinnati Bengals needs 48 receiving yards to reach 10,000. In his nine-year career, Ochocinco has 9,952 receiving yards.

Reggie Wayne, Indianapolis Colts

Reggie Wayne of the Indianapolis Colts needs 607 receiving yards to reach 10,000. In his nine-year career, Wayne has 9,393 receiving yards.

Andre Johnson, Houston Texans

ANDRE JOHNSON needs 100 receptions to become the third player in NFL history with four 100-catch seasons. Johnson can join Marvin Harrison and Jerry Rice (4) as the only players with four 100-reception seasons.

Johnson needs three games with 10 receptions and 100 receiving yards to become the NFL’s all-time career leader. Johnson has 13 games with at least 10 catches and 100 receiving yards in his career and can surpass Marvin Harrison (14) and Jerry Rice (15) for the most such games in NFL history.

ANDRE JOHNSON needs 1,500 receiving yards to become the first player in NFL history with three consecutive 1,500-yard seasons. Johnson can also join Jerry Rice (4) and Marvin Harrison (3) as the only players with three career 1,500-yard seasons.

Tony Gonzalez, Atlanta Falcons

Tony Gonzalez of the Atlanta Falcons needs one reception to become the first tight end in NFL history with 1,000 receptions.

In 13 NFL seasons, Gonzalez has 999 receptions – the most ever by a tight end.

Gonzalez needs 50 receptions to become the first tight end in NFL history with 13 consecutive 50-reception seasons. Gonzalez is the only tight end in NFL history with 12 consecutive 50-reception seasons.

Jason Taylor, New York Jets

JASON TAYLOR needs 10.5 sacks to surpass Rickey Jackson (128.0), Leslie O’Neal (132.5), Lawrence Taylor (132.5), John Randle (137.5), and Richard Dent (137.5) to move into sixth place all-time.

In 13 NFL seasons, Taylor has 127.5 sacks.

Darren Sharper, New Orleans Saints

DARREN SHARPER, New Orleans, needs two interception-return touchdowns to surpass Rod Woodson (12) for the most all-time. In 13 NFL seasons, Sharper has 11 interception-return touchdowns.

Sharper needs 72 interception-return yards to surpass Rod Woodson (1,483) for the most all-time.

In 13 seasons, Sharper has 1,412 interception-return yards.

Sharper needs six interceptions to surpass Ronnie Lott (63), Ken Riley (65), and Dick “Night Train” Lane (68) to move into fourth place all-time. In 13 seasons, Sharper has 63 interceptions.

Charles Woodson, Green Bay Packers

CHARLES WOODSON needs only one interception-return touchdown to become the third player in NFL history with 10 interception-return touchdowns.

Woodson would join Rod Woodson (12) and Darren Sharper (11) as the only players to accomplish the feat.

In 12 NFL seasons, Charles Woodson has returned nine interceptions for touchdowns.

Chris Johnson, Tennessee Titans

CHRIS JOHNSON needs 100 rushing yards in each of his next four games to surpass Marcus Allen (11) and Barry Sanders (14) for the most consecutive 100-yard games in NFL history. Johnson has rushed for 100 yards in 11 games in a row.

Brandon Marshall, Miami Dolphins

BRANDON MARSHALL has caught at least 100 passes in each of the past three seasons. Marshall can join Marvin Harrison (4) as the only players to catch 100 passes in four consecutive seasons.

Wes Welker, New England Patriots

WES WELKER has caught at least 100 passes in each of the past three NFL seasons. Welker can join Marvin Harrison (4) as the only players to catch 100 passes in four consecutive seasons.

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